In a Houston with 10 million people, will you be able to walk places from your home? Will the kids and elders in your life feel safe riding bikes? Will you have healthy food options in your neighborhood? Will we have invested in the long term thinking and problem solving necessary to improve the quality of life for all? Help Houston Tomorrow grow along with Houston.
Houston Tomorrow is your local source for smart growth, complete streets, regional food policy, equitable transit-oriented development, access to nature, and meaningful planning. This year, we ask that you direct your investments to build up the programs you believe will best improve the quality of life for all the people of the Houston region. We need your help to do this.
Healthy Farms & Healthy Food Access for Everyone
Small local farmers are struggling to hold onto their land and make a living providing the fresh food we depend on them for. At the same time, individuals and families across the region are living in neighborhoods where the only food options they have and that they can afford are bad options. Your contribution will help us build a regional Food Policy Council in 2016 to address these issues and promote a regional comprehensive approach to food policy, coordinating efforts that support diversified agriculture and access to healthy food in all neighborhoods. Give now.
Nature Everyday for Every Child in the Houston Region
In an increasingly developed world, we need to make sure that ample nature and wildlife habitat is built into our human habitat so that all children have the opportunity to watch squirrels, listen to birds, and play with the caterpillars, tadpoles and ladybugs we found so fascinating when we were little. The Texas Children in Nature - Houston collaborative is a regional coalition of environmental, government and education professionals working to provide abundant access to high-quality nature to all children. Give now
Transportation Options in Every Neighborhood
We all deserve options: to walk to your neighborhood place, safely ride your bike through town or hop on a bus or train to get to your daily destinations. The Houston Tomorrow Department of Transportation challenges our decision makers public and private to remedy these gaps in our regional fabric and proposes best practice solutions for providing more transportation options for every Houstonian. With our current public health and environmental crises, there is no better time to invest in the kinds of infrastructure that address these threats. Give now
2036: The Houston Bicentennial Society
Two-hundred Houstonians dedicated to the vision that the Houston region - on its 200th birthday in 2036 - will be home to the healthiest, happiest, most prosperous people in the nation. Your commitment will support the core operations of Houston Tomorrow and ensure the people’s independent think tank can continue our work. Give now
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